Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program

Freshly harvested produce grown by Black farmers and other underserved sustainable farmers.

Our CSA program is a way for consumers to buy seasonal produce at the peak of ripeness direct from the farmer. After prepaying for a produce Harvest Bag, you will become a Subscriber of our CSA Program. As a Subscriber you are purchasing a share of the farmers crop in advance to support the growing season and investing in your health.

Once a month, every 2nd Saturday


What's in the Bag?

Non GMO and Chemical Free Produce

Winter Season

Two bunches of Leafy Greens

​8 to 10 Additional Seasonal Produce Items.

One Value Added Product (variety of items when available: jam, jelly, marmalade, pickled items, granola, kale chips, cookies, and cakes)

Sign up TODAY!



Jan 9: $30.00 (closed)

Feb 13: $30.00 (closed)

March 13: $30.00 (closed)

April 10: $30.00 (closed)

May 8: $30.00

May 8 & June 12: $60.00

June 12, 26: $60.00

June 12, 26 & July 10, 24: $120.00 (Summer Harvest) 


Summer Harvest: Starting in June Twice a Month


All In for the Summer/Fall Season (10 CSAs)

Subscribe TODAY!

Early Bird Discount $285.00 (you saved $15.00)

June 12, 26, July 10, 24, August 14, 28, September 11, 25, October 9, 23rd.


Pickup or Delivery Available

Pickup at 5316 Telegraph Ave, Oakland 10:30 am - 1:30 pm

Deliveries: 10:30 am - 2:00 pm


Note: There is a one dollar per mile charge for deliveries, you will be contacted after you register as an Subscriber.


Thanks for the LOVE. Tell a friend!

CSA Gift Certificates are Available!!!
Prepay below, the subscriber coordinator will contact you to confirm the details.

Chef's Corner

Featuring Chef Aneesha Hargrave

Chef Aneesha honed the foundation of her technical skill as she pursued a Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts & Food Service Management at Johnson & Wales University’s Charlotte, North Carolina campus.

During the last two years of that journey, she earned a position as a Teaching Assistant in the culinary department.  This experience would help to expound upon the influence of food as not only a profession but also as a craft.  Upon graduating Aneesha immediately sought opportunities in New York City where she began a nearly decade long career in menu development and research & development.   Working in the ever-changing fast casual sector, she earned the opportunity to work with organizations like Google and The CIA and to contribute to publications and platforms such as Vogue, Self, and Heritage Radio.

Chef Aneesha's Collard Greens

CSA Volunteer Opportunities Available

Volunteer to connect and make an impact. 


CSA Bag Assembler

CSA Pickup Attendant


Digital Marketing

Graphic Artist

Click here to fill out the volunteer form

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PO Box 10504 Oakland, CA 94610

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